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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 14 September 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 14, 1SS9 The Wyoming convention is now dis cussing the proposition to include God and the Australian election system in the new state constitution. It would be an excellent advertising proposition for the whole of Central and Southern Arizona, for the several counties making reports to the irriga tion committee to have about ten thou sand copies of their reports printed for free distribution to home seekers. Let every county i&jue its own report, or join issues with one or more neighbor ing counties and publish under one cov er. Better advertising material was never compiled. Commissioner J. A. Black will do more to advertise the resources of the Territo ry than all the Commissioners combined have done since the days of Hon. Pat rick Hamilton. Ever since he assumed the duties of his ofilco be has worked continuously for the good of Arizona. No one particular county has had his ex clusive attention but it has been given to the Territory as a who...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 14 September 1889

Weekly Citizen: SATURDAY SEPTEMBEIi U, lsSD, Chas. E. Spencer, of Mohawk Valley, is at the Palace. Military plaza is being jrrubbed, and cleared of bushes by the city. There wiU be FpeciU auraeuons ana .... . , ,. lots of fun at tho foast this even Gov. Wolfley came in from the Capitol city yesterday evening, and was met by friends at he depot. Mrs. J. D. Handy and children return ed to Tucson last night Dr. Handy will arrive in a few days. Sheriff M. F. Shaw and Deputy Bo gun left last night for Yuma with two prisoners for the penitentiary. E. Hirsch, St. Louis; J. Hollenstein, San Francisco; and Brewster Cameron, San Rafael, are at the Cosmopolitan. Messrs. Fred Fleishman Si Co. have ordered the finest 6oda fountain tin t ever came to the Territory. It is a beauty and is now oq tha road. Buckeye mowers and Walter A. Woods'' mowers and rakes. A car load just re ceived by Hughes, Stevens & Go. They ere sold very cheap, aad are the best to be had in anv market. Mr. Geo. II. Earnh...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 14 September 1889

Citizen. 1 JL-J 1 stvuky si:pTnn;i:u u, isso LOCAL KLWS. . Mr. A. llviunc was in the city to-day, Dr. G. V. C':ilil.vll. dentist, office at Cos n iivXv. U nd wifj are this (.'a'aViuia annual K. !iurc!. .Ioii;iin and wife Or;u-I vo.-tcrdav. w!v :itt-niin'.r tit' ctnftivnci -f t'-ie M. Gciior;.! 1 ;..;.-:;! A. rett:ri.d fs:;i t!,o whtTO Mrs. .;:,!; for sevi rt : I wee !o i hoe-n stopping Mr. Krjamui C. of Zior A IViTvii:. for cast ;in wc.-t t1 winter tdeK-k. The San Xn do-1 run of cTi?t'V.;. i ; find every (n'::y nk tion to bo ii:.d :;t a Mr. J. M. )i !,:!. the city yesterday, of a mild lv:n in many evidences of menL Mr. Chas. V. th. raised a mii:i. -r'p mesa rr.m-h this se Titration. Tho slid fully mature. envinsky, of the firm :y. will leave to uiht ) si'uvt the fall and infol is having a tine ;;c.--t in this house :ir :nl awir.mfcia ir.clropolilnn city. of Florence, was in He Lrlntrs no news 1 mal, lint rejorts s-U!;:t; nlial auvance- an e.vperiinent, SMrtrhum on his without anv ir...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 21 September 1889

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL XVI V. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1880. NO 43 I Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21, 1SS9 NO EXTRA SESSION. The much mooted question of an extra session of Congress has been finally taken up and definitely acted upon by the President and his Cabinet, result ing in the conclusion that no such ses sion is necessary or would be expedient This decision will occasion neither surprise nor regret. This session will bs too short, it is true, and it is really preposterous to wait thirteen months after a Congressional election before con vening, especially when the term of a Congressman is only two years. But that is the law, and in the absence of any special reason for shortening the in terval the provision should be respected The statute should be changed and made to conform to the common sense of the esse. "The House of Representatives of the Fifty-first Congress, as " Blatters sand, without taking account of deaths since ele...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 21 September 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21, 18S9, JUBGJ; HIEBTTS DECISION. H. N. Alexander for the Territory of Arizona vs. Thomas Hcghes: Upon a plea in abatement filed by the Defendant herein, the court finds for Defendant, and it is therefore ordered and adjudged that this action do abate and be discontinued. September 13, 1SS9. Joseph Kibbv, Judge. .Time until the 19th of September, 18S9, is given to either party to prepare and present exceptions. The following is substantially the plea in abatement: The relatur, Alex ander, was not at the time of the com mencement of the action, nor at any time since, and is not now the Attorney General of Arizona; that he had not, and has not, any authority to commence or maintain this action in the name of the Territory of Arizona. Adios, Alex. Bishop Salpointe of the Catholic dio cese of New Zuexico, and well known here, has addressed a lengthy communi cation to the constitutional convention, now in session at Santa Fe, wherein he insists tli at ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 21 September 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21, 1SS9, LOCAIj NEWS. Special attractions at the feast every night this week. The grand jury concluded their la bors on Saturday and adjourned sine die. Mr. E. L. 'White, superintendent of the new copper company, now boring a well at Atlas Camp, is in the city Mrs. S. E. Martineau arrived from Yuma yesterday evening, and joined her husband at the San Xavier hotel. A new building is being started on Pennington street, ju6t west of the M. E. church. It is for a residence and be longs to a Mexican. .A great many people from all parts of Southern Arizona, are expected to be in Tucson next week, attending United States court. Graham county will be well represented. Short Stories -ill be a feature of Har pers Magazine for October. Edward Bellamy, Annie Trumbull Slosson, Mar garet J. Preston, and Mrs. Lucy C. Lillie will each contribute one. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Davis arrived from California Saturday. Mrs. Davis has been on the coast since the beginning of...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 21 September 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21, 1SS9 LOCAIj news. Apache Ixlge No. 8, A. O. U. V., will meet tonight- The west-bound passenger train wus one hour late. It is rumored that a militia com pan is to be organized in Tucson. Mr. SamDrachman has about recov ered from his recent illness. The United States grand jury will convene in this city to-morrow. JL11 the schools in Tucson are starting; off with increased numbers of pupils. The roulette tables have been moved from the feast grounds; also the faro and monte games. The city council to-day advertises for bids for building a fence around the city cemetery. Ex-Supervisor Mike Fagan, of Ilar shaw, one of the solid men of southern Pima, is in the city. In the District court to-day the case of the Territory vs. Pedro Yanes, charg ed with rape, was on trial. Four Chinamen were landed in the jail yesterday by Constable Perrsn. charged with smoking opium. Mrs. Douglas Snyder returned from California last night, where she has be n spending...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 28 September 1889

'a YOLXViV. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28 188J. NO 44 ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 23, 1S30 THE LAW WITHIN AND OUT. WITH- The protest that has come from the workmen of Yuma County against the employment of Territorial convicts at work without the walls of the peniten tiary, ia without parallel in the annals of Arizona. Either the men whose names are attached to the protest have lied outrageously, or the men who have been conducting the Territorial priscn have outrageously .broken the law in placing the labor of convicted felons against honest workmen. For the first time in the history of the Territory its officers have been guilty of seeking to debase honest labor by placing on lihe same plane with it that of criminals, j By doing so, Mr. Behan and the men - who 6urround him in the administra tion of the affairs of the Territorial pri son, have said that honest labor has no ri-rhtjj which ther were bound to res pect; alth...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 28 September 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28, 1889, PLEAS IN ABATEMENT. An article in the Gazette of the 20th inst. on Yleas in abatement'' hasbeenat tributed to the would-be attorney-general. II. X. Alexander. Not being famil iar with the law ourselves and thinking that Judo Alexander's herculean effort hould not uncontradicted, we sub mitted his statement to a well-known attorney, who expressed surprise at the ignorance and stupidity displayed by the author of it. He, the author of the article under consideration, says that "the District Court of Maricopa county, is the only Court ever heard of that favors pleas in abatement.' Where did this modern commentator learn his law? The plea is as familiar and common as a plea in bar, or a plea of accord and satisfaction, or any ether plea Ubed in the practice in courts cf general jurisdiction. It is re sorted to in jileading any matters of de fense to a suit which only suspends the right to sue, or defeat the particular proceeding instituted. I...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 28 September 1889

Weekly Citizen. ! SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 23, 1SS) LOCAL. NEWS. Now would be a good time to put up a stove.' Apache IxxLjeXo. S. A. O. U. will meet to-nigh L It was real cold this morning and over coats were thought of. Several parties are in town looking after mining investments. The Olive mine is reported to ha in better condition than ever before. The Grand Lodge of Arizona, F. A- A. Mn will be held in Novomber at Globe. John Parks came in last night with another batch of witnesses in tho Wham robbery case. The amusement season will bo opened at Reid's Opera House on October 14th, by -Puck." Several children were absent frcm school to-day, to observe Jewish New Year holiday. Mr. James Speedy, deputy sheriff, at Nogales, is in the city, a witness in the Verdugo triaL Parties arriving from the east report anow yesterday evening iu the mount ains between Wilcox and liowie. A lanre amount of the busnes3 done in Tucson was suspended to-day, on ac count of the Jewish holliday. Mr. C. F. Ilo...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 28 September 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28, 1SS0. LOCAL. NEWS. Troiir-v.r r Bon Honey and family are expecU-il to uriive home this week Mr. Gen, I--ure,of the Fashion, and Col." la.ler. are out of town for a few days on a vacation from business. A new awning is being put up in front of the Scotia saloon, and the place will be reps.inti.-d and otherwise improved. Mr. F. A. Stevens, of the bonanza company has just opened a store at Qui jotoa, and carries a large stock of gener al merchandise. Messrs. Maish Jc Driscoll will make a shipment of seeral car loads of cattle to-day or to-morrow. They go to the California market. Hon. N. O. Murphy, Secretary of the Territory, has the thanks of the Citizen for a cofy f the journals of the Fif teenth Legislative assembly. The heavy rains of last week did se rious dr.mage to the roof of the Barrio Libre ward school building, which will have to be repaired at once by the trus tees. The Globe road proposition is now resting quietly, because the parties...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 5 October 1889

ARIZONA WEEKLY J . n: r i dJIU VOLXVIV. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, AUIZOXA TERRITORY, SATURDAY OCTOBER 5 1889. NO 45 i j 1 Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY OCIOBER 5, 1SS9 The Phenix papers are reported to be figuring up their losses incurred for the reason that' no constitutional con Tention was held. The thousands of dollars that would have been paid tht-m for "printing, had the convention been held, now remains snugly ensconced in the pockets of the tax payers. The Republicans of Mississippi, in convention, have decided to put a state ticket in the field this fall. This is a good policy, if for no ether reason than to give the Southern bulldozer an op por unity to advertise himself. A Re publican ticket in Mississippi means more Republican votes in other states. where the people believe in voting by ballot instead of by shot-guns. There has been a crowd of people in Tucson this week from all points in South-eastern Arizona, There has been probably no, less than two hundred ar rivals during the...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 5 October 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY OCTOBER 5, 1SS9, THE MARICOPA "CONTERENCE, We are in receipt of the proceedings of a joint meeting of Democratic and Republican county committees of Mar icopa county, wherein, after "whereas ins and resolving," it was deemed ex pedient that the several boards of county supervisors should take upon themselves the assumption of the power to provide for the holding of an election for dele gates to a constitutional convention, notwithstanding their "whereas No. 2" admits that the Governor is especially charged with that duty. And because the Governor, for good and sufficient reasons, did not see Gt to issue his pro clamation calling a special election for delegates to a constitutional convention, the Maricopa committees "enacted" that Boards of Supervisors should provide for holding the said election, perhaps through ignorance that section 1 of the act providing for the convention defines the duties of supervisors, simply, to the appointment of one inspector and...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 5 October 1889

7 Weekly Citizen SATURDAY OCTOBER 5, 13S9 Mr. M. Renauf. of Tombstone, is at the Cosmopolitan- Mr. I. Coppel is asaiii on tbo streets. after a short spoil 01 sickness. Capt I. N. Town is building a beauti f ul residence ou hia ranch near No-jalea. . Mrs. Anderson, wife of the lamented Judge John Andertjon, is visiting friends at Nogales. Xaxt Saturday will bo "Yuin Kipper. th irreatest of all Jewish holidays. It will be observed in Tucson. Mr. Scott, who own3 a splendid ranch on the San Pedro, was in the city to day with a load of fruit and produce. Manv new buildings erected in Tucson during1" the past year can be traced to the Tucson building and lan Associa tion. The Brichta Block on Tennington street is being improved. The buildings will receive a coat of plaster on the out side. The young man with a bundle of bills in one hand and a money 6ack in the other has been around during the past few days. "Laurrh and grow fat" by seeing "Mur ray aud Murphy" and enjoying their whimsical...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 5 October 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY OCTOBER 5, 1889. LOCAL. NEWS. The hotels are still crowded. Hon. George H. Daily of Tombstone, came in this morning. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Dodge of Oracle, are visiting in the city. T The Fashion restaurant is making a run on green turtle soup. Town lots in Tucson are held at decid edly higher prices than they were one year ago. Mr. Fred Fleishman has his new 6oda fountain ready for operation- It is a beauty. Mr. L. M Jacobs, the banker, will re turn this evening from an extended vis It to San Francisco. The Southern Tanning Company is turniuff out about 500 6ide of leather each month. Collector M.S. Snyder made a flying trip tr 1.1 Taso on Saturday night, re turning ts morning. Eigft'e-tn foldiers arrived from San Carlo? th id Hiormug. witnesses in the Fleming murder cabe. Mr. Martin Maddux returned from the Oracle yesterday, where he has been re cuperutmg lor several days. The Sunday school and evening ser vice vesterday, at the Congregational church, were bo...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 12 October 1889

ARIZONA WEEKLY VOL XVI V TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY OCTOBER 12 1889. NO 4G Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY OCTOBER 12, 1SS0 IRRIGATION PROBLEMS. J.R. Dodge, government statistician in his September report to the department of agriculture makes the following sound statement relative to irrigation problems and the productiveness of irrigated lands. After all that can be done in dry farm ing, irrigation is a necessity. The land is almost everywhere fertile, generally to exss, lacking only water to insure large and certain production. This source of production can bo more fully utilized, greatly enlarging the domain of agriculture, though it can not render productive the entire area. In Colora do so-uie aro inclined to claim adequate water supply for one-fifth of the sui face; wliilfl ot hrsi- irwliiilio.r inrval pii'rineorK of ernerionee. think tht not more than I a tenth can be irrigated. The ditferent etagos of progress in water utilization are six in number: 1. The us...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 12 October 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY OCTOBER ,12 1SS9, Money spent in advertising a commu! nity is money spent to increase the va lue of property therein. One result of the late ruling of the department in regard to Mexican lead ore is already manifest. Smelter men ha' e made their appearance in Arizo na in search of lead ores. Several deals for Pima county mines are now being negotiated. Theee are ugly rumors afloat about Go. II. Stevens, treasurer of theZulick board of prison commissioners. The belief is that he has fallen short in his accounts and has skipped the country to avoid the consequences. We hope for the credit of himself and the finances of the old board that the rumor is with out foundation. A new United States Grand Jury was empannelled this morning in the United States Court. It is composed of men of intigrity, who are identified with Arizona and Arizona's interests, Each being a solid representative of the sec tion from which he was chosen, the body may be depended to uphold th...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 12 October 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY OCTOBER 12, 1SS9 A Father's Word. Ed. Citizen: I am a parent and have children in tho public schools. The views of Mr. Buehman as to the manner of dealing vrith a teacher who abuses lit tie children rroes rizht to my heart Ta rents who do not beat their own children as if they were dumb brutes are not in farnrof emtloviner "teachers" at high salaries to maltreat their little one. Father. SCHOOL TRUSTEES Meeting Held Yesterday Trouble About W. W.Gillette's Salary Teacher If oliaday Censured. The Baptist Church At a meeting of the members of the Baptist church held last night, it was decided to call a young minister named Williams from Mississippi, providing the General Missonary Board would contribute the greater part of his Falary which it is understood will be done. There has been no regular .minister of this church since Rev. M. M. Hitchcock left for Temne last fall. A suJlicient amount of rnonevhas been subscribed to insue a minister for this church, pro ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 12 October 1889

Weekly Citizen.! SATURDAY OCTOBER ,12 1889, LOCAL NEWS. Vichy continues to be the popular drink. Board of supervisors were in session to-day. Temperance service to-night at the Methodist church. Governor Wolfley arrived from Phe nix yesterday evening. Mr. James Howard, of Ogden, Utah, is 6topping at the CoEmopolitan. Miss Virginia Smith leavs to-night for Missouri, where she goes on a visit Only two drunks in the police court this morning, and nothing more. The regular monthly meeting of the city council will be held to-night at the c ty hall. Hon. Clark Churchill, Attorney Gen eral of Arizona, was in Tucson to-day on iegal business. The wood merchant was numerous in Tucson to-day. He has commenced his winters work. Tucson parties have gone to the San ta Cataiina mountains to look after mining interests. Quite a number of rentlemen were in the city to-day attending to business in f Ha lanrl Hon. G. W. Atkinson, af Calabasas, is at the Palace. He comes to attend the session of the Bo...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 4 January 1890

ARIZONA WEEKLY VOL XX. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY. ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY JANUARY 4 1800 NO 6 Weeki Citizen. S-iTUlJbAY jajs wry 4 is) , TO XXGAX.IZ &E LAW The following bill is a sore subject to the holdover democracy of Arizona. Il3 success means their defeat and utter political annihilation. They must let go of the good lat offices to which they are o endearingly inclined, but which right fullyjbelong to their legitimate republi can successors for nearly a year pas That this hang-on democracy will find much fault vith the governor and the bill surprises no 019, but it means that these abstrucuonists must go all the am. The bill will, as it is intended. settle for on-te-tnu fcr .11 tim the now vexed question of the legality of our ter ritorial laws passed, it is said, out cf ses sion. In the Senate of the United State?, December 11, IS:p, Mr. Piatt introduced, the following bill, which was nad twice and referred to fho committeo cn terri tories. A bill legalizing the general law...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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